Antumbra User Guide 1 0 Version G Pdf

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Antumbra
Next Generation User Interface for the powerful Dynalite Network
User Guide
Version 1.0
Background
Philips Dynalite is a highly specialized company whose principal occupation is to provide ‘cutting edge’
solutions for lighting control. Our achievements have been recognized worldwide and Philips Dynalite is
generally the system of choice for projects involving integration with third-party vendor’s equipment and for
large-scale applications.
Philips Dynalite’s philosophy is to provide the best solution possible for each and every project. This is the
key to our success. Our considerable investment in Research & Development ensures that we remain at the
forefront of our industry. Our position as a world leader in lighting management systems for the future is
sustained through our total commitment to innovation.
We are represented around the world by distributors and dealers who are handpicked for their ability to
provide the highest possible level of service.
From a stock exchange in Shanghai, to a luxury resort in Dubai, a smart
home in Sao Paulo to limestone caves in New Zealand, Philips Dynalite’s
innovative solutions deliver intelligent light.
Ongoing research and development has enabled Philips Dynalite to create secure automated systems that
control tens of thousands of individual light fittings in high-rise office buildings from any location anywhere
in the world. Our networks are engineered to deliver instant notification of power or system failure, and
report via a LAN, internet, or through an SMS gateway to a mobile phone. This provides the assurance
necessary in applications where continuous operation is vital, such as road tunnels, computer servers or cold
storage units.
Philips Dynalite’s modular product design philosophy also improves system flexibility. Through this approach,
specific application requirements can be accommodated with greatly reduced lead times. As an industry
leader Philips Dynalite is committed to creating superior lighting control and energy management systems,
setting new benchmarks in performance and efficiency.
In receiving the International Association of Lighting Designers award for Most Innovative Product, the
Philips Dynalite control system has been independently recognized as ‘A user friendly and sensible modular
approach, which takes it from sophisticated domestic settings to large architectural spaces’.
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Contents
Product Overview .....................................................................................................................................................6
Proximity sensor .................................................................................................................................................6
Ambient light sensor ...........................................................................................................................................6
Temperature sensor ...........................................................................................................................................6
Antumbra Button Panel ..........................................................................................................................................7
Structure of Antumbra Button Panel .................................................................................................................... 11
Product Architecture ............................................................................................................................................. 12
Application Module .......................................................................................................................................... 12
Communication Module ................................................................................................................................... 13
Configuration of Antumbra Button Panel ........................................................................................................... 14
Adding the Antumbra Panel to EP ................................................................................................................... 14
Device Properties ................................................................................................................................................ 15
Panel Data ....................................................................................................................................................... 16
Buttons ................................................................................................................................................................. 17
General ............................................................................................................................................................ 17
Logical Address ............................................................................................................................................... 17
General ............................................................................................................................................................ 18
Function ........................................................................................................................................................... 18
Indicator LED ................................................................................................................................................... 23
Proximity Sensor.................................................................................................................................................. 25
General ............................................................................................................................................................ 25
Logical Address ............................................................................................................................................... 26
LightWash ........................................................................................................................................................ 26
Function ........................................................................................................................................................... 27
Area Cascading ................................................................................................................................................... 29
Tasks and Events ................................................................................................................................................ 29
Comm Ports ......................................................................................................................................................... 29
Product Details .................................................................................................................................................... 29
Installation steps for the Antumbra EU panel. ................................................................................................... 30
Application module .............................................................................................................................................. 32
Application module base in detail. ................................................................................................................... 33
Communication Module ................................................................................................................................... 34
Network termination ......................................................................................................................................... 35
Panel Dimensions: ........................................................................................................................................... 37
Layer view: ....................................................................................................................................................... 37
Installing the Antumbra panel .............................................................................................................................. 38
Antumbra Error Search Tree ................................................................................................................................ 42
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About this guide
Guide Overview
This guide is designed to assist in the configuration of the Antumbra Panels.
A working knowledge of EnvisionProject and Dynalite commissioning processes is required to
effectively use this document. For more information on commissioning processes, consult the
Dynalite Programmers Guide.
Disclaimer
These instructions have been prepared by Philips Dynalite and provide information on Philips
Dynalite products for use by registered owners. Some information may become superseded
through changes to the law and as a result of evolving technology and industry practices.
Any reference to non- Philips Dynalite products or web links does not constitute an
endorsement of those products or services
Copyright
© 2011 Dynalite manufactured by WMGD Pty Ltd (ABN 33 097 246 921). All rights reserved.
Not to be reproduced without permission. Dynalite, Dimtek, DLight, DyNet and associated
logos are the registered trademarks of WMGD Pty Ltd.
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Product Overview
Philips Dynalite introduces Antumbra Panel Series that has the most unique features and has
revolutionized the way a user interacts with the user interface. Antumbra redefines the preconceptions of what a user interface keypad or panel can be and the way the user can intuitively
interact with it to control the lighting system.
Antumbra Panel series has been designed to suit both residential and commercial markets. The
Antumbra Panel series consists of the following types of panels:
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Antumbra Button
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Antumbra Display
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Antumbra Touch
Each button on the Antumbra panel can be configured using the EnvisionProject commissioning
software to perform a vast range of functions.
The contemporary design of Antumbra panel incorporates multiple sensors that are used to
perform advance functions like light sensing and temperature sensing.
The Antumbra Button panel consists of three sensors.
Proximity sensor
The Proximity sensor utilizes capacitive field effect technology to detect a user when the user
approaches the panel and activates a light wash onto the wall around the panel welcoming the
user towards the panel.
Ambient light sensor
The Ambient light sensor senses the ambient light condition around the panel and can be used
to automatically adjust the LED and light wash brightness of the panel.
Temperature sensor
The temperature sensor is used to determine the temperature of the room where the panel is
mounted.
The Antumbra Panel series is one of the most flexible user interface solution available in the
market. The advanced flexibility is from the panel being divided into two components namely
DyNet Antumbra Communication Module and Antumbra Application Module. The two
components come together to form the solution for the Antumbra Panel series.
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Antumbra Button Panel
The Antumbra Button Panel has a RS485 DyNet serial port and is classified as Class 2 Safety
Extra Low Voltage device.
The Antumbra Button panel is available in White, Silver and Magnesium button finishes.
To complement these button finishes, the rim finishes for the buttons are available in White,
Magnesium, Chrome and Aluminium providing a wide range of décor matching possibilities. It is
available in Europe (EU) and North American (NA) styles.
Figure 1 - Antumbra Button Panel EU
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Figure 2 - Antumbra Button Panel NA
The Antumbra Panel has 6 configurable tactile buttons. They can be configured through
EnvisionProject commissioning software to be used as panels having 1 to 6 buttons. This can
also be done through enable/disable catches. (Enable/disable catch only removes the tactile feel
on the buttons)
Customised labelling of icons and text that can be engraved on the panel is available.
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Features of Antumbra Panel
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Qualitative tactile big buttons
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Enable/disable catches for tactile feel
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Seamlessly hidden LED indicators for
every button
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Proximity sensing up to 15cm
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Light-wash effect
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Temperature sensing
•
Ambient light sensing with seamlessly
hidden window
•
Scratch resistant up to 2H pencil
hardness
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IP22 rated
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Mountable in portrait and landscape
orientations
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Mountable to standard mounting
wall boxes.
Figure 3 - Antumbra Button Panel
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Lightwash Effect
The Antumbra Panel responds to a person’s presence with a welcoming ring of light around it to
indicate the panel’s location in low light environments. A built-in light level sensor brings on the
light to a comfortable level sensing the light in the surroundings. The lightwash effect can be
disabled through EnvisionProject software. The lightwash effect is displayed as shown in the
figure below:
Figure 4 - Antumbra Panel with Light-Wash effect
LED Indicators
Programmable indicators appear on the Antumbra Panel as the user approaches the panel,
showing the location of configured buttons on the panel. As the user moves away the LED
indicators fade and become invisible on the panel. The brightness of these indicators can be
configured using the EnvisionProject commissioning software.
Figure 5 - LED Indicators on Antumbra Button Panel
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Structure of Antumbra Button Panel
Figure 6 - Application Module-Front View
The Antumbra Button Panel Application Module unit is made up of 6 configurable buttons, 6
LED indicators, 6 back light LEDs, temperature sensor, daylight sensor and a proximity sensor.
All the configurable buttons have an Enable and Disable catch that can be used to enable/disable
the tactile feel of the buttons on the panel.
The panel can be mounted in portrait and landscape orientations. Ensure the holes on the rim
are located at the bottom of the panel for easy air flow that help in temperature sensing. Refer
to the Application Module Front View image to mount the panel in the right orientation. The
arrows indicate the side that has to be at the top when the panel is mounted.
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Product Architecture
The Antumbra panel product is made up two components namely the Application Module and
Communication Module. These two components come together to form the Antumbra panel.
Figure 7 - Product Architecture of Antumbra Button
Application Module
The Application Module is made of protective cover, buttons, rim, application unit and the
mounting plate. The buttons and rims in the Antumbra Button panel come in different colours
and finishes. The button is available in White, Silver and Magnesium and the rim is available in
White, Magnesium, Chrome and Aluminium.
The rim has built-in ventilation for fast acting response from the temperature sensor.
The Application unit contains all the sensor devices and the LEDs. It includes the proximity
sensor, the day light sensor and the temperature sensor. The LEDs are used to provide
backlight to the configured buttons on the panel. This unit also produces the light wash effect
around the panel. All the parts of the Antumbra Button panel plug into the application unit.
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Communication Module
The DyNet communication module is common across all the Antumbra Panel series. It contains
all the logical and network functions that are used to communicate in a DyNet environment.
Figure 8 - DyNet Antumbra Comms Module
The communications module contains all the settings of the panel and manages the
communication to the DyNet network.
The communication module can be pre-programmed using the EnvisionProject commissioning
software without the application module. For example, for hotel room projects where the
number of different panel configurations are known, the same software settings can be
programmed on all the Comms Modules and the installer while installation has to only configure
it to the required area. It consists of 6 DIP switches that can be used to make large scale project
commissioning simple.
Also the front of the Comms Module, has a small white space that can be used by the installer
to mark notes on the module.
The service switch can be used to test the network. A long press resets the Comms Module
and a short press sends a sign-on message on to the DyNet network.
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Configuration of Antumbra Button
Panel
The Antumbra Button Panel is a programmable user interface with 6 configurable inputs.
The following configuration pages are available in EnvisionProject:
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Device Properties
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Buttons
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Proximity Sensor
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Area Cascading
•
Tasks and Events
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Comm Ports
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Product Details
Adding the Antumbra Panel to EP
Add the Antumbra Button Panel to your project using one
of the standard two methods:
Load the device from network
Insert the device from list
There are two types of Antumbra Button Panels available:
PABPA – Australian style
PABPE – European style
Figure 9 - Context Menu
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Once the Antumbra Button Panel has been added to the project, the product is displayed in the
Network View tree if added in the Network view or the Physical View tree if added in the
Physical View.
Figure 10 - Network View
When the Antumbra Panel is selected, you can access the common device functions from the
Network/Physical tool bar menu or by right-clicking the name of the panel to open the Context
menu.
Device Properties
The Device Properties Page displays basic and advanced information about the Antumbra Button
Panel
The following buttons are available on the toolbar.
Displayed fields can be sorted in one of two ways by using the following buttons:
Categorized
Alphabetically
Initially only the basic fields are shown. To reveal all fields, click the
The list can be filtered by entering a field name in the
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box.
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Figure 11 Device Properties Page
Panel Data
The Antumbra Panel specific settings are located in the Panel data section:
Native Logical Area
Logical Area where the panel is located
Native BLA
The Base Link Area number where the panel is located
Logical Channel
The logical channel where the panel is located
Native Join
The static join of the panel.
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Buttons
The Buttons Page displays the Button Editor. Selecting a button enables you to specify the
button functions and the type of press/release action that will trigger each function
Figure 12 - Buttons page
General
The properties under the General category are global properties that are applicable for all the 6
input button LED indicator.
Indicator LED
Enable/Disable the all the indicator LEDs.
Logical Address
Logical Area
Logical Area used by the selected button function.
Logical Channel
Logical channel used by the selected button function.
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Join
Join used by the selected button function
BLA
BLA used by the selected button function.
General
Button
Enable/Disable the button on the panel.
Enable when panel disabled
True/False. Function is still available in panic mode. The button is enabled when panel is disabled.
Function
You can select the input function for an Antumbra Button Panel from the following choices:
Advanced
Channel Level
Custom
One Touch
Preset
Ramp
Task
No function
Sub functions for each of the functions are described below:
Advanced
Sign –on
Checks the functionality of the button by sending a DyNet message on to the network.
Panic
Panic
True/False. True sets the panel to panic mode.
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Fade time
The time taken by the panel to get into panic mode.
Panel enable/Disable
Enable Panel
True/False. Enables or disables panel
DyNet mute
Stop Dynet messages being created by this function
Channel Level
Level
Sets the percentage level of light on the channel
Fade
The time taken to reach the defined channel level
Off preset
Defines the off preset number for the area. It is used by LED tracking
DyNet mute
Stop Dynet messages being created by this function.
Custom
Allows you to select from any of the options in the Action Chain Editor
Standard function name
Enable/Disable Base Link Area
Press actions
Opens the Action Chain Editor
Release actions
Opens the Action Chain Editor
Extended press actions
Opens the Action Chain Editor
Extended release actions
Opens the Action Chain Editor
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One Touch
One touch ramp only
On Preset
Defines the preset in ON state
Off Preset
Defines the preset in OFF state
Fade
Time taken to reach the preset level
Ramp rate
Time taken to ramp up to the required level
Min Level
Minimum light level that remains on the channel while ramping.
DyNet mute
Stop Dynet messages being created by this function.
One touch ramp with program
On Preset
Defines the preset in ON state
Off Preset
Defines the off preset number for the area
Fade
Time taken to reach the preset level
Ramp rate
Time taken to ramp up to the required level
Min level
Minimum light level that remains on the channel while ramping
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DyNet mute
Stop Dynet messages being created by this function
Toggle Preset
On Preset
Defines the preset in ON state
Off Preset
Defines the preset in OFF state
Fade
Time taken to reach the preset level
Preset
Preset
Preset
Set the preset in ON state
Fade
Time taken to reach the ON state
DyNet mute
Stop Dynet messages being created by this function
Off Preset
Defines the off preset number for the area. It is used by LED tracking.
Reset Preset
Fade
Time taken to reset the current preset
DyNet mute
Stop Dynet messages being created by this function
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Preset Offset
Preset Offset
Moves the preset down to a number defined in the offset
DyNet mute
Stop Dynet messages being created by this function
Ramp
Ramp up
Fade
Time taken to ramp up.
DyNet mute
Stop Dynet messages being created by this function
Ramp down
Min Level
Minimum level of light that remains when ramping down
Fade
Time taken to ramp down
DyNet mute
Stop Dynet messages being created by this function
Task
Control type
Can be a start task, pause task or break task
Task number
Defines the task number
No Function
When the button switch is not used
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Indicator LED
This section is used to set the functionality of the indicator LED’s in the Antumbra panel. This is
available only for the Custom function. For the rest of the functions the functionality of the
indicator LED is automatically set by Envision Project commissioning software.
LED
Enable/Disable. Defines indicator LED status for the selected button.
Follow panel enable logic
Defines LED follow behavior based on the panel enable/disable status.
Follow panic logic
Defines LED follow behavior based on panic/unpanic mode
Follow channel level logic
Defines LED follow behavior based on current channel level.
Follow preset logic
Defines LED follow behavior based on the current preset.
LED fade time
Defines fade time for LED.
Active LED brightness
Defines the brightness percentage level of the LED when the button is in active state
Inactive LED brightness
This is to define indicator LED brightness level when button is in inactive state.
Channel level threshold
Used by channel level logic
Min preset
Together with Maximum preset, min preset is used by follow preset logic
Max preset
Together with Minimum preset, max preset is used by follow preset logic.
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Logical Area
The logical area where the panel is located
Logical Channel
The logical channel where the panel is located
Join
The static join of the panel
BLA
The base link area number where the panel is located
Off preset
Defines the off preset number for the area. It is used by LED tracking.
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Proximity Sensor
The proximity sensor is used to detect a user approaching the Antumbra Button Panel. As the
user is detected, the proximity sensor lights the back of the panel to produce a light wash effect
that welcomes the user to interact with the device. Settings for the proximity sensor are
located in the Proximity Sensor page as shown below:
Figure 13 - Proximity Sensor tab
Properties for the proximity sensor are listed below:
General
Control
Enable/Disable. Sets the proximity sensor to active mode
Active Presets
True/False. True if the proximity sensor is in active mode and if the current preset falls into the
preset range defined by minimum preset and maximum preset
Min preset
Minimum preset level for the sensor to enter active preset level. Together with max preset, it
defines the preset range
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Max Preset
Maximum preset level for the sensor to remain in active preset level. Together with min preset,
it defines the preset range
Timeout
Time delay between the target not detected and target not detected action is executed.
Max proximity time
Maximum time that proximity sensor can be in target detected status.
Logical Address
Logical Area
Logical Area where the panel is located.
Logical Channel
Logical channel where the panel is located
Join
Static join of the panel
BLA
Disabled or the base link area where the panel is located.
LightWash
Lightwash
Enable/Disable lightwash.
Lightwash fade time
Time the lightwash effect stays before fading.
Lightwash brightness level
Light level of the Lightwash
Lightwash logical area
Logical Area where the panel is located
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Lightwash Logical channel
Logical channel where the panel is located
Lightwash BLA
Disabled or base link area where the panel is located
Function
Target detected actions
Opens the Action Chain Editor for Proximity Sensor Target detected actions.
Target not detected actions
Opens the Action Chain Editor for Proximity Sensor Target not detected actions.
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Installation recommendations for the Antumbra Panel
False triggering of the Proximity Sensor can be prevented by ensuring the following points are
considered during installation:
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Surrounding cables are at a minimum distance of 25-30cm away from the panel.
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The first 30cm of the cable connected to the panel is fixed. The cable should not move.
•
The preferable cable exit after connection to the terminal block is towards the bottom
of the panel as it does not have the proximity sensing pad
•
No metal objects exist within the vicinity of 0.3m radius from the panel as it may affect
the proximity sensing operation and cause false triggering
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Area Cascading
Area cascading can be configures from the Area Cascading page in the Logical View or with the
area cascading wizard.
Tasks and Events
Tasks and Events can be written on the Task Editor. Refer the EnvisionProject Training Guide
for more information
Comm Ports
The Antumbra Button Panel has one standard DyNet port, For more information refer to the
Comm Ports section
Product Details
The Product Details page displays the name, short description and a snapshot of the physical
product.
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Installation steps for the Antumbra
EU panel.
The following text will take an installer through a step by step process of installing an Antumbra
panel to ensure the best result. The panel must be mounted on a standard European wall box
with screw locations and requires a wall box depth of at least 33mm
The Full Antumbra panel is split into two parts, the “Application module” and the
“Communication module”. These two units are ordered separately. Both of these units are
required for a complete installation.
The Application module is available in three different button finishes and four different rim
finishes. Antumbra panels are also available with an option for button labelling, to detail button
functionality. The different finish types and the option of button labelling are detailed in the full
panel part name. How the part code is constructed with the different options can be seen
below.
This part number describes a European Antumbra button panel with white buttons, white rim
and no button labelling. An example of this panel is shown below.
This table shows every part
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Button
Finishes
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Silver
Magnesium
Magnesium
Magnesium
Magnesium
Magnesium
Magnesium
Magnesium
Magnesium
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Finishes
Custom
Label
White
White
Aluminum
Aluminum
Chrome
Chrome
Magnesium
Magnesium
White
White
Aluminum
Aluminum
Chrome
Chrome
Magnesium
Magnesium
White
White
Aluminum
Aluminum
Chrome
Chrome
Magnesium
Magnesium
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
Part number code
PABPE-WW-L
PABPE-WW-X
PABPE-WA-L
PABPE-WA-X
PABPE-WC-L
PABPE-WC-X
PABPE-WM-L
PABPE-WM-X
PABPE-SW-L
PABPE-SW-X
PABPE-SA-L
PABPE-SA-X
PABPE-SC-L
PABPE-SC-X
PABPE-SM-L
PABPE-SM-X
PABPE-MW-L
PABPE-MW-X
PABPE-MA-L
PABPE-MA-X
PABPE-MC-L
PABPE-MC-X
PABPE-MM-L
PABPE-MM-X
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Application module
Below is the packaging for a single Antumbra button panel application module.
Part number
code
Quantity
Photo of product.
Does not show
finishes selected.
12NC code
All the components required for mounting the Antumbra panel.
Mounting screws
2 x Long screws
2 x Short screws
Application module base.
Rim supplied fitted.
Aluminum rim shown
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Three buttons
Mounting plate
Protective cover
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The Application module base contains all the sensory devices for the panel. All indicator and
wall wash LEDs are also mounted within the unit. A rubber membrane is just behind the plastic
face plate to give the internal electronics some protection. There are no programmable
components to the application module base. The application module base is supplied with rim
finish mounted, this can be gently removed if required to be swapped for another finish by
pulling the rim forward. There is a locating key in the top right hand side of the panel to ensure
that a replacement rim in mounted the right way around.
Application module base in detail.
Front of device
Button
activators
Back of device
Button switch
Mounting
holes
Light level
sensor
Button guides
Rim finish
Temperature sensor
Button clip
Indicators
Locating pin guide
Pin header
Button Switch -Behind a rubber membrane the electronic micro switch is mounted.
Light level sensor - To measure the local area current light level so that the indicating and
wall wash LED come on at the appropriate level. This sensor cannot be used for daylight
harvesting functions.
Rim finish - Optional rim finish for the panel.
Temperature sensor -A network temperature sensor that can be programed to respond to
changes in temperature
Button clip -The main locking point for the buttons. Buttons must be clicked into this location
first
Indicators - White indicators that can have programmed response. Indicators shine through
hidden light wells in button.
Button Guides - The sides of the buttons locate into these grooves to guide the button
movement.
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Mounting Holes - The short screws protrude through the front of the panel to secure into
the mounting bracket.
Button Activators - A blocking wedge that can be set into place to stop the button from
mechanical pressing down onto the button switch. This allows the panel to be configured
between one to six buttons.
Locating pin guide - Provides a guide on correctly locating the communication module onto
the application module.
Pin header - Communication port between the Application module and Communication
module. No detail is given to the individual pin functions.
Communication Module
The Communication module contains the microprocessor and stores all the panels settings. This
unit can be pre-programed off site and connected to the sites Dynet network without the
application module if required. The communication module has no way of being physically
mounted within a wall box without the Application module.
Function DIP
switches
Dynet connection
plug
Network LED
Network sign on
Labelling space
Connection header
Location socket
Dynet connection - A removable five-way terminal block were the Dynet network is
physically terminated. Please see the following page for more details.
Network LED - This is a network indicator to show that the panel is powered and functions
correctly. The LED will pulse every few seconds to indicate the panel is functioning correctly.
Network sign on - A micro switch that can be used with a small screw driver to make the
Communication module broadcast its ID over the Dynet network.
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Function DIP switches - An advanced feature of the device that can be used on large sites
with only a few different panel configurations required such as hotel room projects.
Connection header -To connect with the electronics in the application module.
Location socket - To correctly align the connection between the Communication module
and the application module.
Labelling space - When communication modules are pre-programed, the required location for
the panel can be shown here for easy identification.
Network termination
When installing any Philips Dynalite system it is important to maintain a daisy chain network
path between all devices. Never connect network devices to a live network. Always power
down all load controllers and network power supplies before adding or adjusting the Dynet
network.
DyNet Network
DyNet RS485
3 Twisted Pair
& Overall
Screen
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Disconnect the five way screw socket on the back of the Communication module. Terminate
the network cable following the diagram below. All devices need to be terminated correctly as
shown.
More details on correct network installation can be found in the Philips Dynalite installers
courses.
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Panel Dimensions:
Layer view:
Below is view of all the components of the Antumbra panel.
Communication module:
Supplied separately the Communication
module stores all the network panels
settings and capacity to communicate
over the Dynet network.
Buttons:
Rim:
Base:
Mounting plate:
Three separate pieces
make up the buttons. The
buttons contain a hidden
window for the indicator
The rim is made of a single
piece. The rim has built in
ventilation for temperature
sensor
Containing all the sensory
input devices, indicating LED
& light wash effect. All
components of the
Antumbra panel mount
together into the base unit
A metal mounting plate
allows for installation
into standard wall box.
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Installing the Antumbra panel
For a full installation, both the Application & Communication modules are required.
The Communication module and Application module will lock in together when the locating pin
on the Application module lines up with the locating socket in Communication module’s
If required the Communication module and Application module can be separated again by using
a small screw driver to gently unlock two clips either side of the Communication module
The mounting plate will fit any standard size European wall box or a wall cut out of 51mm x
51mm. If using wall mounting then the smaller base mounting screw locations should also have
small indent behind them, made into the wall so there is no interference from the screws while
mounting the panel. The Mounting box must have a depth of 33mm to contain all the panel
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components and network cabling. Remember that there will be a need for two network cables
in the wall box.
1 The
mounting plate needs to be installed with the locating tabs into the wall. 2 The network
cables and connector plug pulls though the mounting bracket. 3 The plate’s orientation can be
either way. Using the long mounting screws provided fix the mounting bracket to the wall.
Installers must use the screws provided as different screws could damage the panel once fully
installed.
1
2
3
Ensure that the mounting plate is level and make adjustments if required.
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Once the mounting bracket is mounted plug the five-way network socket into the mounted
Communications module.
The whole panel assembly can be pushed into the mounting bracket. Locate and fix the
application base to the mounting bracket using the two smaller screws through the mounting
holes. Recheck the level of the panel and adjust if required.
Individual buttons can be disabled if a particular panel location does not require all six buttons
to be used. By using the blue switches and buttons, mechanical action can be switched on or off.
In ‘off’ position
In ‘on’ position
Once the buttons disable and enables have been set, the final buttons can be clicked in. The
order of buttons being mounted is not important. When mounting the buttons, first click in the
centre clips of the button to the application base, then make sure the button guides line up
within the application base too. The end result should be a smooth button action.
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Test each of the enabled buttons for a positive click when pressed. If any enabled button does
not have a positive click when pressed, check for obstructions or the disable switch being set
incorrectly.
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Antumbra Error Search Tree
PCS1 (for entire range)
Product functions impaired/ not working
properly
Call Philips with clear problem
description and provide Product
Name & Serial # for further support.
PCS2 (for entire range)
LED cannot be lit up
Call Philips with clear problem
description and provide Product
Name & Serial # for further support.
PCS3 (for entire range)
Inaccurate temperature detection
Call Philips with clear problem
description and provide Product
Name & Serial # for further support.
PCS4 (for entire range)
Unoptimized lightwash effect
Call Philips with clear problem
description and provide Product
Name & Serial # for further support.
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PCS5 (for Button Panel only)
Unoptimized LED indicator performance
Call Philips with clear problem
description and provide Product
Name & Serial # for further support.
PCS6 (for Button Panel only)
Colour peel-off
Call Philips with clear problem
description and provide Product
Name & Serial # for further support.
PCS7 (for Button Panel & Touch Button panel only)
Buttons/disabled buttons are jammed/
skewed/not activated/hard to press
Possible due to mounting surface
Is panel mounted on uneven walls
(>2mm)?
Yes
Done
No
Call Philips with clear problem
description and provide Product
Name & Serial # for further support.
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PCS8 (for entire range except Button panel)
Malfunction of touch key/ wrong key
recognition
Call Philips with clear problem
description and provide Product
Name & Serial # for further support.
PCS9 (for Display Panel & Tablet)
Glass fascia breaks
Possible due to mounting force during
installation
Is mounting screw overtightened?
Yes
Done
No
Call Philips with clear problem
description and provide Product
Name & Serial # for further support.
Note: PCS = Problem Cause Solution
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